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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Who’s to blame for a foot injury?

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    Who’s to blame for a foot injury?

    If you’ve suffered a foot injury then you’ll know how debilitating it can be, affecting your mobility and your ability to go to work or take part in your usual leisure activities. Foot injuries can range from minor to life-changing, and if this type of injury has affected your life, there is something you can do about it. You could get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline within three years of your accident to find out if you could make a claim for personal injury compensation. We can help you if you’re not sure who’s to blame for a foot injury.

    What kind of foot injuries could you sustain?

    There are a variety of different types of injuries that you could sustain in an accident at work or even in a public place – here are just a few examples of the types of injuries we have handled claims for:

    • Broken bones in the foot or a broken ankle
    • Crush injuries which can include multiple fractures
    • Cuts and bruises
    • Serious lacerations
    • Broken toes
    • Dislocated toes
    • Sprained ankles

    Who’s to blame for a foot injury? If your accident has been caused by somebody else – for example if your employer was negligent and you were injured at work, then you could find yourself eligible to make a claim for personal injury compensation. Foot injuries are often the result of slips or trips, or they could be caused by your foot being crushed by something – for example a heavy load falling onto your foot or a forklift truck running over your foot. Whatever has happened, if somebody else is at fault then you could make a personal injury claim.

    Who’s to blame for a foot injury

    Working out who to blame for a foot injury isn’t always easy but Accident Advice Helpline can help you to figure out who is at fault and help you to get the compensation you deserve. Whether you have suffered a sprained ankle or a serious foot injury such as a crush injury that will leave you permanently disabled, you can get in touch with our team to find out more about making a 100% no-win, no-fee* claim for compensation.

    We have inhouse lawyers who specialise in the type of injury you have suffered so you can be assured that you’ll receive expert advice and attention for your foot injury.

    Just pick up the phone and call us on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile) to see if you are eligible to make a claim. Our advisors are on hand to answer any questions that you have about the claims process and offer confidential, no-obligation advice that could help you decide whether to proceed with a claim. We will give you advice on who’s to blame for a foot injury.

    Category: Foot injury claim

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    No-Win No-Fee: *Subject to insurance costs. Fee payable if case not pursued at client's request.